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m BEFORE INVENTORY SALE! ! At Levy's Cash Store We are Going to Invoice, Beginning Feb. 20th, And, as it is much easier to invoice money than goods, we are going to hold one of the BIGGEST MONEY-SAVING SALES that you have ever seen and prices that will surely attract you. $1 Men's "vercoats 1-4 off. Men's Suits 1-4 off. Boys' " 44 44 Boys' 4 Ladies' Cloaks at U2 Price, all new this year's goods. Only 3 Furs left, they go at U2 Price. Wen's Wool Und'rw'r 1-4 off. Wool Blankets A off. Ladies' Wool Underwear 14 off. Ladies' Skirts 1-4 off. Misses 44 " 44 Dress Coods Dep't. $1 50 Dress Goods, sale price $1 1 9 1 00 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 79 85 44 44 " 69 75 44 44 44 59 65 14 44 " 44 45 50c Dress Goods, sale price 39 All .10c Flannelettes and Outings go at 7-ic. 15 per cent. Reduction on India Linens, liedrclions h All Lines. 50c. White Waistings go at 35c, and other White Goods at reductions. Our of the Best 27-inch Black Taffeta Silk you ever saw, worth $1.25, this sale 90c. Special for thiS Sale With a purchase of $5 worth of goods at one time during this Sale, we will sell you 10 YARDS OF THE BEST PRINTS for 10c Note this carefully, as it will only be given during this sale. Note the datei Until February 20. 100 votes on DEMOCRAT PIANO CONTEST with each $5 purchase. Sale Begins February 1, and Ends February 20, 1905. LEVY'S CASH STOTE CONTINUED KltOM PAGE 3. WATSON CASE. Proves to be a Hot One. List of Jurors. Jameti Arthur met James Wat sou's gray mare at foot of bill. . W iin n was in buggy, man was in in j uning field 30 feet from ro.ul; Horse and buggy "" side of road and facing west; woman Sittin - in ntlKuy holding horse; time, between 6 and 7 o'clock; Watson was talking to wife and po ntiiig to the north. D. A cCarty first beard of bridge accident .July 6; witness Was i mile Ir an road; saw man get out uf buggy, step across fenco , one person remained in bugg) ; afterward.- saw horse ;and buggy go west. Was 6 o'clock or later when rig was going toward bridge. Phillip Painter reside-; i mile east of bridge, w.is fihmg July 5, short distance above bridge, did not see or heir .mj one cross the bridge, hoard no com motion on u'Uige Had iwn fishing about 3 n.iiir-., it ws nearly 7 OVI f.W wuen he left .the river. Charles Pain I was about 50 yams above bridge conversing jtitb Mason for 20 or 30 min did not see anyone cross bridge; was about 6:30. Green Caldwell saw Dr. Wat or, ace down, on the bridge but did not examine by lam em light Dr. Watters was there, Wenl under bridge and saw body of Mr. Watacn lying in the river. Dr. Hendrix, James Owen nd tbe fUhermen were witb Watson. Log was in the river ust above tbe body, body was below the log with feet n- xt to log. Body was taken to town; saw Jones Watson taken to town in wagon. Judge Henry J. Priest des cribed the bridge, Dr Jno. W. Hendrix examined Watson on the bridge and thought he was suffering frrm concussion of the brain and in a serious condition. Jesse and Cide Woods, negro boys, found Dr. Watson on the oridge and were frightened. T. B. Stout described bridge 10 detail. Adjourned until Mon day. J. W. Cann's evidence in sub-i-tance was: Was at the bridge Julv 5 It had rained, roads muddy, noticed marks on north rail ot bridge as if scraped by a , buggy wheel, no marks on south rail ; marks on rail as if buggy wheel had run upon it. Jeff Burnett: Was on bridge that night; Dr. Watson lay on the bridge apparently unconsci ous; bis bands were cold; saw Jno. Hendrix take Mrs. Watson's body from water; her body was entirely submerged in water; ihere was no evidence of the body being supported by brush or log. Robert Mason, fisherman, re ported to be a star witness, went into minute details, the substance of which wa: Am a fisherman by occupation, had two trot lines below bridge and two above, was "running" my ' lines about 8 o'clock, saw white horse on bridge going east at a rapid gait, heard noise as if horse bad jumped as if bit by whip, nothing between him and bridge to obstruct view, heard no otber noise; after miming last line saw man come on bridge leading horse, man hoi i lored, Mr. Watson, u.en went on bridge; saw colored man on ' bridge with horse; saw Mart Wilson get out of buggy; saw Dr. Watson lying on bridge; did not examine him, he and Wilson moved Dr. Watson to one side i and then began to bunt for Mrs. Watson; saw a number of buggv tracks along the road; then went under the bridge and found Mrs. Watson's body; L saw newspaper, whip and au umbrella ou the bridge. I was carrying a lantern. Then tie gave minute details of posi tion of body just as former wit- I nesses did; saw tracks on bridge as if horse had been pulled from I one side to the other and wheei ran upon the fellow guard ou the south side. P. B. Stout was re-examined-Saw rubber tired buggy tracks under mulberry tree, saw sttc tired tracks, but did not reach tree; saw them after the inquest. A. B. Matson's evidence was in regard to matters and meas urements made Aug. 2, twenty seven dajh after theaccident or murder Mr. Mason onrjeross examina tion did not know when tracks were made on old abandoned road nor who made them; it was four or five weeks after July 5 when I saw tbm Did not know how many tracks had been made between July 5 and Auu. 2; saw no evidence of lunch having been eaten at th" place where he saw buggy tracks near thicket. James Watson recalled: Idea titled buggy as his property but had dash board straightened. Laada Whitamore: Was at the bridge witb Judge Priest laiur part of June and witb i,i i. Ti maun roug J mmw i di sci iplive of bridge and roads Did not see rubber tired buggy tracks on old road; in first opening first saw rubber tired tracks also steel tired tracks. Ed Tucker, of Praukford, identified buggy as one sold to Mr. Watson and said front and hind wheels did not track by inch because of new tires on front wheels. Geo. W, Helton, traveling salesman, sold buggy to Tucker eximined Watson buguy and measured it finding difference of I inch in tread John D Jones' evidence per tained to bridge and conditions in June. Judge Priest's examination brought out nothing new. Mrs. W. H Glascock: Lives across street from home of lath er of defeudeut, a w body of Mrs. Watson, assisted in re moving clothing; had known lor ever since her marriage- saw bruise ou her nose; skin not i. token; small discoloration about mouth; small black place on right wrist. Mrs. J. P Parker's evidence as same as Mrs. Glascock's. No court held Tuesday, Ed ward Lake was too ill to serve as a juror and Phillip Stewart was ill Tuesday night. They have la grip. Lake's tempera ture was 103 3-5 one degree higher than Stewart's. Saturday was tbe 12tb birth day of Mibs Garnet Rouse, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson W. Rouse, of southeast of tbe city. In honor of tbe event many of tbe young people of tbe neighborhood assembled at tbe pleasant home of Miss Rouse in tbe evening and too o n it was time to go to their respective homes. Ely items. S R. Emery is shipping wood to Hannibal. Miss Aurille Spiker visited in Monroe Friday. W. B. Turpin made a busi ness trip to Hannibal S i ' urday. Robert Young is shipping baled hay to Hannibal. Harry Cavin, night operaior was in Hunnewell Sunday. Prof. Lem Brooks, who form erly taught our school, spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother, J. M. Brooks. Mrs. Wible and little daugh ter, of Taylor, Mo., came up Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wolf. Ralph Young, who has been attending school in Valparaiso, Ind., has returned home. There is a great deal of sick ness in our community at pres ent. Those on the sick list are. D P. West, Dan Bates, our blacksmith, Mrs. Young and family, and Lee Crane's baby. Phil Porter, wite and two children, of Lakenau, came down Sunday to visit with Ed McCollougb and wife. Miss Flora West, who was expected borne from her Illinois visit yesterday, will remain a week longeron account of her brother in-law, John McAitee. happening to a very senou- accident. Congratulations. EmmttO. Hallock has b ei app inted a railway mail clerk. Emmet bas practically 6peut bit life in this city where he 1 well liked. By trade he is a typo, but be wanted something more exciting and trained for tbe mail service. Congratula tion! are in order.